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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Js Advertisement may induce you to try the first packet of A Til 11 All tut we rely absolutely on the inimitable flavour quality to make you a permanent customer. will even offer to give this first trial free if you will drop us a postal to Toronto. D BOER GENEMAL JOINS BRITISH FORCES ierne, Switzerland, via Oct. Jotlbort, of Boer fame, l arrived here on his way to Sal- kl, whore he proposes joining the led forces. 'he British minister today present- General Joubert to President tta. BI13 THIS SHOULD HELP 'London, Oct. As an outcome of agitation against landlords raising rents, especially those of the dwellings of the workmen in munition areas, the government intends to. Introduce a j blH In Parliament to prohibit the rais- ing of the rents throughout the coun- try during the war, according to the Daily Telegraph. _ CYPRUS OFFER UPSES London, Oct. Britain's oiler of the Islam! of Cyprus to Greece has lapsed because the coiidi- tion under which the oflcr was made has not been fulfilled. Sir Edward Grey, secretary of State fur Foreign Affairs informed the House of Com- mons this afternoon. The foreign sec- retary told the house that in tho very critical situation in which Ser- bia found allies were bound to obtain, if possible, .the. .only as- sistance immediately available. The ofTer of Cyprus followed....... BODY OF UNKNOWN MAN Medicine Hal, AHa., Oct. body of a man with the'head practi- cally severed from the body was found 911 toy of a hill adjoining the C. P.It, tracks east of the city. It had been lying there some time, perhaps ten days, and was in a badly decom- posed state. Patrick Scanlon. a name'engraved inside the case of a gold-filled watch found on the body, if the only clue as to the man's identity. TELEPHONE WO RYLANDS COATS. SUITS, DRESSES, CORSETS Another List of Bargains From The Golden Opportunity Sale NEW GOODS RECEIVED since we issued our Big Bargain Bulle- tin last Friday. The store has been crowded to its capacity every day since the sale started. There remains only four more days for you to take advantage of these wonderfnJ offerings, which are truly Gold- en Opportunities. 200 Pairs of Llama Woo] Cashmere Hose, 35c, 49c, 59c i'fifm'in the East sent us along over'200 pairs of Sample Cashmere Hose. They aro principally Llama Wool Cashmere in regular and outsizea. As'these'are very scarce goods we deeni this an extraordinary Golden Opportunity, Tho prices ;are 2n per cent, lower than the present wholesale prices'. A Second Shipment of Velva Combinations for Women 95c We are selling "stacks" of underwear these sale have had to re-order both Child- ren's and Ladies' Underwear already. This line of "Velva" Comibinations with high or low neck; short or Ions sleeves, at 05e a garment is only .a. sample bargain from the Undtenvear Depart- ment. Childs Wool OCC Mittens at Mittens for the .hoys and girls no'naatter how small or large; double knit from, ser- viceable -yarns, in. four or five different colors 69' ALL WOOL ENG. SERGES We are selling: better Serges to- day than we can buy from the manufacturers. We make special mention of.: a pure wool, yarn dyed British-. Serge in black and inches wufe at G9c yard. 25' Colored or White Oil Cloth A limited quantity only of the First Quality Colored Table Oilcloths, also.iwhite; 45 inches wide; "bar- gain ;is for Extra Special for Wed. Only 12lc CORSETS; only 20 pairs left of those 00 Corsets Your choice WWW RIBBON; 5 inches wide, fine Swiss Silk; 10 shades, While they last HOSE SUPPORTERS for child- ren, the well known CMC EKcellt. _, making this old-time cough syrui> home you not only sate ahouttz, as tapared with the rcndy-nude kind, but u Will also have a much more prompt 1 positive remedy in every way. It ircomes the mual coughs, "throat and set colds in 24 even coping cough is excel- t, too, for bronchitis, bronchial asth- hoarseneu and spasmodic croup. 3et from any drug store 2H ounces of MX (50 cents pour it ounce bottle and fill the bottle with Lin granulated sugar syrup. Kull di- ttions with Pinex Keeps perfectly and htes good can feel this take hold of a i cold inawnythalnica lekly the dry, lulne Norway h (niafiieol t bwrinesi Pr congh, and aim heals the inflame' f.nbranes. It niso has a rcmarkablu set in overcoming the persistent loose Mfh by tV. formation of IWAI in tlw throat and bronchial tubes The effect on the membranes is by almost every one. Pmex" h lluable concentrated compound of line extract, combined icr natural healing are many worthless imitations this famous mixture. To avoid wiatmenf, ask yoiir dntntist for "2% ffies of elmx, and do not accept any- k. guarantee of absolute satisfftction, ssoney prMptlr "funded, cms with f Ijpfc j A BIG SHELL Oct. 25.-tlnlers amount- ing to. for shells, oi the heavy kind are about to be placed bv the imperial authorities through the. shell committee, and prominent steel manufacturers.from all Parts of Canada are here today In connec- tion with the matter They have come to submit tenders on the big job The shells-how about to be ordered are six, eight and in size, and all the engaged 'fa shell making at, present are represented new method is proposed m awarding the contract Heretofore orders have been placrd at a flxixl rate It is now intended to go on the competitive principle, this, plan being proposed by the British representa-j tivci of the minister of munitions H is understood that the manufacturers do not look with great favor upon this innovation, Jjub all of them arc submitting prices. All Aliens Must Report to P'Masters Ottawa, Ocl chief com- missioner of Dominion police hai gh- cn notice to aliens in all communi- ties that they rruorl to local postmasters. Postmasters 'shall m tmn report to nearest'cjnff of'pollce The Brightest Women Find sometimes that they ire doll in mind, depressed in spirits, and that they have headache, backache, and Bufferings that make life seem not worth living. But condition need be only temporary. They are usually cataed by indigestion or biUonanen and a few of BEECIMN'S PILLS will quickly, safely and certainly right the wrong. This fwnous family remedy tones the stomach, stimu- lates the liver, the bomb. Beecham's Pills cleanse the system of accumulating poisons and purify the blood. Their beneficial action in brighter fcwii, clearer complexions, better feelings. Try them, and you abo wiH find that (key Are Worth AiutoeaaBax H. G. .Long, of Raley, is vis- iting friends in the city. Miss'Nell Eldcrkin, of Vancouver, is the guest of Mrs. E, J.-Sehl for a' .few days. Miss Dolly Greenwood of Edmonton arrived in the pity yesterday and is Visiting Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. G; F. Club desire to express their .thanks to. an who helped, to make their sale a success. The young ladies St. Patrick's church will meet for sewing tonight. The Ladies' Aid ivLt meet on Wed- nesday afternoon. Mrs. E. J, Sciil will receive on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Stewart and Miss KIderfcin of Van- couver, will receive with her. The Daughters Maids of England sewing class will meat at the home of Mrs. G. Parsons, 107 31st St. N. on Wednesday at 2.30. St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will hold their annual bazaar on'November St." Andrew's in Bergmann's I Hall. Pte. J. Perry of iho 13th O.M.R. of Sarcce us in the city at his home for the last time he expects, he- fore leaving with his regiment for the The Nursing Mission needs a double bed and mattress for a poor family. Will anyone having one or both o! these to spare, kindly phone-the Mis- sion, and they will be called for. The members of the "Jolly Eight" sewing club'are reminded of a sewing meeting on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, at the home of Miss Finnie, 422 9th street south. All members are requested to attend. Tbo Daughters .Maids of England will meet on Wednesday evening at 7.30 p.m. prompt for initiation, to be followed-at 8.30 p.m. by a Whist Drive for the benefit of the soldiers1' tobacco fund. The engagement is announced in Victoria, B. C.( of Hiss Marjorie Rome to Lieut. Harper, oi H.M.S. "Rainbow-" The wedding will take place Nov. 1st. A. few more suggestions for the Christmas shower to be held in the Y. M. C. A. on Thursday evening Mouth organs, Oxo cubes and carbol- ic soap. The latter suggested by one who has been to .the front. Each one is asked to wrap'; their parcel in tig- sue paper as they would their own Christmas packages. s The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land are holding a whist .drive in the S.Q.E. ball tomorrow evening. The proceeds will be used in buying" tor bacco for Lethbridge soldiers at the'front. Tickets may be had from any of the members Refreshments -ill be served and the usual prizes given. The. Ladies of the Red Cross enter- tained the Australian, Cadets at lun- cheon in the Knoi church Sunday school. The table was decorated with red and white carnations; Union Jacks and Australian'flags and trails of smilax. Ten members of the Girls' Auxiliary waited upon the guests Judge Jackson, president of the Red Cross, presided mtroducea Maj- or Bardie, Mr 13 Hodgson and Mr W A. R Cocq, who gave short: addresses. .Lieut. Simons, on behalf i of the Cadets, thanked the people of Lethbridge for their kindness to the' boys from the-Conimonwealth. w w T The general meeting of the Mathesis club will m Wesley Hall on Wednesday afternoon at 3 p m when the regular monthly business will be transacted and dues for the year will be received. At the. Dramatic Art Department wll put on a plav, "The Teeth ot the Gift Horse A :uli; attendance of. members is "desired and each member is requested to jnng a guest Refreshments and social time will be enjoyed at the close of the play when an opportun- itv will be given to meet the talent- ed members ot tbevcasti Great Values For The Wednesday Shopper Handsome Silk Waists in a won derful Price Cutting Sale Silk Waists in pretty styles ami extremely fino qualily in. white ouly, .dainty ;uul chic and at n price asked, a wonderful bargain'. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL................" S2.59 Ladies' Silk Hose Size to :IO. in black or white full fashiond. with double Lisle sole, ami long garter tops. Eeg- .ular 75.0. Special, "per pair.........30c Nottingham Lace Curtains 'only, 3 yards long', flor- al effect.----Regul.ar Sjfecjal pifcr pair .........98c Boys' Box Calf Boots i'or their durability- will o-ive excellent wearing ser- vice. A real comfortable boot. Sizes 1 to 5. Regular S3.25 Wed. Special, per pair.. Boys' Silk Windsor Ties TT-fti. a vairety of colors and do- -Regular 25c. Special, eacli............. Milk Muffins Combination Salad Lettuce Salad Sliced Cucumbers J Qg Tea Room Specials for Wednesday Afternoon Served .From 3 to 5 Bread, Butter and Tea -IOC Home Made Cake and Tea jflg Apple Pie...........10C .'Bread, Butter, Cold Meat and Ten 25C Coffee and Cocoa, r-iip Luncheon Served to The ladies of all the churches have As the report which has come to us i lies, are victorious, will bring peace from across the seas says, "She goodwill to the unhappy aid de- liappv to die for her_ countrv We j vastated homes of all the war-ridden been asked to participate in this purely patriotic, affair. Woman has clone her part in toe war, but the obligation? resting 'upon her increase as the awlul struggle goes on. Woman has made many "'sacrifices of .loved ones she' has even given her own life to help the cause, as. instance ttie case of Miss .Cavell, the British nurse who was executed by the live. in peaceful .Canada" should treasure our abode and do more to bring relief to the devastated countries of Europe That relief ran best be provided by backing' up the de pendents of soldiers wfio are at the fiont and who will soon be" going These soldiers if the arms ot the The ladies in devoting tho proceeds of the Patriotic Pantry Fair to the Patriotic funii should have tho support of every woman m the citl The Patriotic, Fund is the backer-up of the soldiers it provides for the women and children of the men ur the fighting line .The" twentieth anniversary of the marriage ol Mr and Mrs J B Gray came on Friday Sun- school eagerly took advutage of the occasion to show their esteem for Mr awl Mrs Owy, u-bo hare been on the ataJf of teachers and officers for the past seven yean. Mr. Gray, Who is associate superintendent, had charge ot the on Sunday, and was much iiirpnsed when H H Bruce took the program but of his hands called all deoartments of the school together to take the pleasure of honoring himself ana Mrs Gray After Mi Bruce hal lold just how highly the school thought of them, Mr and Mrs Grij were handed a caserol by Mr Fred Swum, Thf ladiM' oi St Patrick's church, assisted bv the Ladies' Aids of all the other churches in thr city is holding a Patriotic Pankr Fair on Saturday next ia the old Bentlev store Apart from raising money for the patriotic fund the ladies have m ilew the stimulation of the patriotic spirit iroongst the women of the city. The gentle but sure laxative for children is dren m an sfeMoito that only BMM miW and nat- ural regulator should ever used. On account of their healthy, mild and narnral acdon, and freedoni from harsh or Injurl- Rexall Ordariiea area safe, tmtltand snost desirable bowel nlator for children, and thtjr ara as snajr to as candy Mad. In in metal at Me, afc and Me Retail Stone only. Get a Boi Today from Thar do not weaken nor de- preaa the system even by eon- tinued use. On the contrary, tone up the bawds and tend to keep tswm in a healthy condition. for grown people u thay an for children. i- RmU OrdirUw.sHl Fir ule by I D. Hipbotban Ct, LiaileJ BED ROSE J ;